|IUMA: Asia Minor|
Sometime in late 2001, after many line-up changes, Asia Minor began to take shape. A band that came from futile beginnings began to get noticed. The new beginning was due to the arrival of 2 new members. The new additions were James (drums) and Dan (vocals). Both of them were higher profile local players. Dan gained some notoriety as the singer for the Five Deadly Venoms (thick records) and other very influential regional bands...
Keywords: Asia Minor
|Beitrag zur Moosflora des Orientes (Volume Bd.20 (1870))|
Keywords: Caucasus; Asia Minor; mosses
|The Historical Geography of Asia Minor - W.M. Ramsay|
Keywords: asia minor; geography
|De rebus Teiorum - Scheffler, Karl Ludwig Franz Theodor, 1861-|
Keywords: Teos, Asia Minor
|Die ionische kolonisation, Untersuchungen über die gründungen der Ionier, deren staatliche und kultliche Organization und Beziehungen zu den Mutterstädten - Bilabel, Friedrich, 1888-|
Keywords: Ionia, Asia Minor
|Black book; the tragedy of Pontus, 1914-1922 ... Livre noir; la tragédie du Pont, 1914-1922 ..|
Keywords: Greeks in Asia Minor
|The Holy Land of Asia Minor; - Clark, Francis E. (Francis Edward), 1851-1927|
Keywords: Asia Minor -- Description and travel
|Hiller von Gaertringen, Inschriften Von Priene 1906 - Hiller von Gaertringen|
Hiller von Gaertringen, Inschriften von Priene. Berlin, G. Reimer, 1906. Greek inscriptions of Priene in Asia Minor. Public domain.
Keywords: Priene; epigraphy; inscriptions; asia minor; greek
|De Dionysio Minore Syracusarum tyranno [microform] : dissertatio historica quam ... - Zenzes, Joannes|
Thesis (doctoral)--Academia Regia Monasteriensi, 1870
Keywords: Dionysius, the Younger; Asia minor dynasty; History
|A Description of the East and Some other Countries, Vol. II Part 2 - Pococke, Richard|
Travels of Richard Pococke in 1745 Observations on the islands of the Archipelago, Asia Minor, Thrace, Greece, and some other parts of Europe
Keywords: travels; greece; asia minor; 18th century
|Weinreich 1919 Philadelphia Lydia - Otto Weinreich|
Otto Weinreich, Stiftung Und Kultsatzungen Eines Privatheiligtums in Philadelphia in Lydien (Sitzungsberichte der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften, philosophisch-historische Klasse, volume 16; Heidelberg: Carl Winters Universitätsbuchhandlung, 1919). Book length article about LSAM 20 = SIG³ 985 in German, dealing with the foundation of a cult association.
Keywords: associations; lydia; asia minor; ancient religion; Agdistis; Zeus
|The Church in the Roman Empire Before A.D. 170 - W.M. Ramsay|
Keywords: asia minor; history; ancient history; flavian; st. paul
|Teghagrut'iwnk' i P'ok'r ew Mets Hays [Itineraries in Greater and Lesser Armenia] - Nerses Sargisean|
A magnificent study of western Turkey and historical western Armenia by Nerses Sargisean/Sargisian (Venice, 1864). It includes the author's comments on these areas in antiquity and his observations on their conditions in the 19th century, especially focusing on the Armenian communities there, their numbers, properties, schools and churches. 343 pdf pages. Book digitized by Google and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian.
Keywords: Geography; Historical; History; Travel; Armenia; Armenian; Asia Minor; Turkey
|Phrygian Art - William Ramsay|
This study by the great historical geographer Sir William Mitchell Ramsay (1851-1939) appeared in two parts in the Journal of Hellenic Studies (JHS vol. 9, 1888 pp. 350-382; JHS vol. 10, 1889, pp. 147-189). The author examines sculptures, cult structures and miscellaneous objects excavated in parts of west central Asia Minor, an area which constituted the kingdom of Phrygia (ca. 9-7th centuries B.C.)...
Keywords: Art; History; Ancient; Sculpture; Architecture; Asia Minor; Phrygia; Phrygian
|The Middle Kingdom and the Hyksos Conquest - H. R. Hall|
This study, which appeared as Chapter 8 in Volume 1 of the Cambridge Ancient History [Egypt and Babylonia to 1580 B.C.] (Cambridge, 1928), was written by the distinguished historian H. R. Hall. Chapter 8 "The Middle Kingdom and the Hyksos Conquest" includes: 1. Dynasties XI and XIII. Amenemhet I and the god Amon; The Instructions of Amenemhet; The Story of Sinuhe; The Works of Senusret (Sesostris) I; Relations with Crete; Senusret III, the Historical Sesostris; Amenemhet III...
Keywords: History; Ancient; Egypt; Hyksos; Middle East; Asia Minor
|Agriculture in other lands. Notes collected during the course of a visit, in 1910, to Europe, Northern Africa, and Asia Minor - Perkins, Arthur James, 1871-|
Keywords: Agriculture -- Europe; Agriculture -- Africa, North; Agriculture -- Asia Minor
|Charles Chapin Tracy, missionary, philanthropist, educator, first president of Anatolia college, Marsovan, Turkey - White, George Edward, 1861-|
Keywords: Tracy, Charles Chapin, 1838-1917; Anatolia College, Marsivan, Asia Minor
|Terracotta head of a man|
Keywords: Europe; Greek, Asia Minor; 2nd century B.C; Terracotta; Metropolitan Museum of Art; Greece; Clay
|The Development of Trade and Cities in the Reign of Tigran the Second [95-55 B.C.] - Hagop Manandian (Manandyan)|
This is chapter 3 from H. A. Manandian's important book (Erevan, 1946) The Trade and Cities of Armenia in Relation to Ancient World Trade, English translation by N. G. Garsoian (Lisbon, 1965). "The Development of Trade and Cities in the Reign of Tigran the Second" includes: Favorable Conditions for the Consolidation and Growth of Armenia in the Preceding Period; The Empire of Tigran the Great and Its Social and Political Organization; The Economic Policy of Tigran the Second and the Foundation o...
Keywords: History; Armenia; Armenian; Ancient; Hellenistic; Hellenism; Persia; Iran; Trade; Seleucids; Tigran; Tigranes; Mithridates; Asia Minor; Caucasus
|Terracotta statuette fragment of a deer sacrificed at an altar to Artemis|
Keywords: Europe; Greek, Asia Minor; 2nd century B.C; Terracotta; Metropolitan Museum of Art; Greece; Clay
|Eastern Asia Minor and the Caucasus in Ancient Mythologies - Robert Bedrosian|
This study examines the geographical references and allusions to eastern Asia Minor and the Caucasus in the ancient myths of the Greeks, Sumerians, Hurrians, Iranians, and Indians, and analyzes the images they define. During the past century, significant comparative analysis has been done on the Armenian and Georgian deities and their would-be counterparts in the pantheons of neighboring societies...
Keywords: Mythology; Ancient Greek; Sumerian; Hurrian; Iranian; Indian; Armenian; Georgian; Myths; Antiquity; Caucasus; Asia Minor
|Armenian Folk Beliefs - Manuk Abeghyan|
This is an English translation of Manuk Abeghyan's doctoral dissertation (Leipzig, 1899). Originally published in German (Der armenische Volksglaube), this important and influential study was subsequently translated into Armenian by the noted philologist and linguist Dr. Dora Sakayan, and from Armenian into English by Dr. Robert Bedrosian. Manuk Abeghyan/Abeghian (1865-1944), a renowned scholar of Armenian literature and folklore, discusses the following topics in this work: 1...
Keywords: Folklore; Folk Beliefs; Mythology; Myths; Armenia; Armenian; Customs; Superstitions; Ethnology; Ethnography; Asia Minor
|Writings on Urartu - Boris Piotrovsky (Piotrovskii)|
Writings on Urartu, by the distinguished Orientalist and archaeologist Boris Piotrovsky (also Piotrovskii) (1908-1990). Piotrovsky, who studied the ancient civilizations of Urartu, Scythia, and Nubia, and headed the excavations at Karmir Blur (Teishebaini), was also Director of the Hermitage Museum in Leningrad/Saint Petersburg. This edition contains material from English translations of two of his books: The Ancient Civilization of Urartu (1969), and Urartu: The Kingdom of Van and its Art (1967...
Keywords: History; Historical; Urartu; Urartian; Art; Armenia; Armenian; Caucasian; Caucasus; Asia Minor
|An Armenian Visitor to Jerusalem in the Seventh Century - E. W. Brooks|
This study, which appeared in the English Historical Review 11(1896) pp. 93-97, was written by the distinguished historian and Syriac scholar E. W. Brooks. The author provides an English translation of, and commentary on, the fascinating chapter 51 in Book Two of Movses Dasxurants'i's History of the Aghuans (also known as the History of the Caucasian Albanians). It is a description of the Aghuanian churches in Jerusalem...
Keywords: Christianity; Church; History; Historical; Aghuan; Aghuania; Aghuanian; Caucasus; Caucasian; Armenia; Armenian; Monophysitism; Asia Minor; Arabs; Islam
|Rome and Armenia in the Fourth Century - Norman H. Baynes|
This study appeared on pp. 625-643 of the English Historical Review #25(1910). Written by the distinguished historian Norman H. Baynes, it compares and contrasts information found in the 4th century Latin historian Ammianus Marcellinus with materials from the 5th century Armenian historian P'awstos Buzand, whose History of the Armenians describes events of the 4th century. 20 pdf pages. Article extracted and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian.
Keywords: History; Late Classical; Early Medieval; Byzantine; Byzantium; Persia; Iran; Armenia; Armenian; Asia Minor; Arsacids; Sasanians
|Constantine's Successors to Jovian, and the Struggle with Persia - Norman H. Baynes|
This study, which appeared as Chapter 3 in Volume 1 of the Cambridge Medieval History (Cambridge, 1911), was written by the distinguished historian Norman H. Baynes. Chapter 3 ["Constantine's Successors to Jovian, and the Struggle with Persia"] describes the period from 337 to 364 and includes: Last dispositions of Constantine; the Persian War; Reign of Constans; Revolt of Magnentius; Civil War--Vetranio--Battle of Mursa; Julian's youth and conversion to Paganism; Julian made Caesar--his first c...
Keywords: History; Late Classical; Early Medieval; Byzantine; Byzantium; Persia; Iran; Armenia; Armenian; Asia Minor
|Arabic Lists of the Byzantine Themes - E. W. Brooks|
This article, which appeared in the Journal of Hellenic Studies (1901) pp. 67-77, was written by the distinguished historian and Syriac scholar E. W. Brooks. The author reconstructs the names and locations of the 9th century Byzantine administrative districts known as themes from the works of Arab geographers including Ibn Khurdadhbah, Al Idrisi (1154), Ibn Al Fakih Al Hamadhani (ca. 902) from Yakut's Dictionary (1224), and Kudama (ca...
Keywords: History; Historical; Geography; Geographers; Asia Minor; Arabs; Islam; Caliphate; Medieval; Byzantine; Empire; Byzantium; Cappadocia; Armenia; Armenian
|The Arabs in Asia Minor (641-750) from Arabic Sources - E. W. Brooks|
This study, which appeared in the Journal of Hellenic Studies vol. 18 (1898) pp. 182-208, was written by the distinguished historian and Syriac scholar E. W. Brooks. The author translates and comments on passages from Yaqubi, Tabari, the Kitab al 'Uyun (Book of Springs), Ibn al-Athir, and Baladhuri. Invaluable source material in 29 pdf pages. Book digitized by Google, article extracted and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian.
Keywords: History; Historical; Asia Minor; Arabs; Islam; Caliphate; Early Medieval; Byzantine; Empire; Byzantium; Armenia; Armenians
|The Dynasty of Valentinian and Theodosius the Great - Norman H. Baynes|
This study, which appeared as Chapter 8 in Volume 1 of the Cambridge Medieval History (Cambridge, 1911), was written by the distinguished historian Norman H. Baynes. Chapter 8 ["The Dynasty of Valentinian and Theodosius the Great"] describes the period from 364 to 395 and includes: Election of Valentinian; Revolt of Procopius; Valentinian in Gaul--Count Theodosius in Britain; Rome and Armenia; Conspiracy of Theodorus; Count Romanus in Africa; Execution of Count Theodosius; Work and character of ...
Keywords: History; Late Classical; Early Medieval; Byzantine; Byzantium; Persia; Iran; Armenia; Armenian; Asia Minor
|Demokratiakan entrut'iwnner [Democratic Elections] - Artashes Abeghean|
Publication #12 of the Yar'aj (Progress/Forward) Publishers (Tiflis, 1906). An Armenian-language description of how elections considered free, fair, and clean were held in Europe in the early 20th century. The author, Artashes Abeghean (1878-1955) was a noted folklorist, philologist, translator, and public figure. More than one hundred years after its publication, this short study is still impressive...
Keywords: Democracy; Elections; Franchise; Voting; Ballots; Politics; Traditions; Customs; European; Armenian; Armenia; Caucasus; Transcaucasus; Asia Minor
|Al-Abrik, Tephrike, the Capital of the Paulicians - Guy Le Strange|
This study, which appeared in the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (1896) pp. 733-741, was written by the renowned Arabist and historical geographer Guy Le Strange (1854-1933). The author translates passages from Arab writers such as Mas'udi, Kudama, and Ibn Serapion to demonstrate that Al-Abrik was the same as the Byzantine Tephrike, center of the dissident Paulician movement of western historical Armenia in the 9th century...
Keywords: History; Historical; Geography; Christianity; Church; Sectarians; Dissidents; Armenia; Armenian; Paulicians; Asia Minor; Arabs; Islam
|The Historical Geography of Asia Minor - W. M. Ramsay|
This classic work was written by the distinguished archaeologist and New Testament scholar W. M. Ramsay (1851-1939). The Historical Geography of Asia Minor (London, 1890; reprinted numerous times) is a thorough treatment in 538 pdf pages. Unfortunately, the book's maps are not present. However, Ramsay's maps are available in another Internet Archive download: Maps of Asia Minor, the Caucasus and Neighbors in Antiquity...
Keywords: Geography; History; Historical; Asia Minor; Ancient; Medieval; Greek; Roman; Byzantine; Armenia; Armenian; Turkey; Turkish
|The Chronology of Theophanes 607-775 - E. W. Brooks|
This study, which appeared in the journal Byzantinische Zeitschrift 8(1899) pp. 82-97, was written by the distinguished historian and Syriac scholar E. W. Brooks. The author translates or summarizes and examines the possible sources for a portion of this 9th century Chronology, and comments on its peculiarities. 18 pdf pages. Book digitized by Google, article extracted and uploaded by user Robert Bedrosian.
Keywords: History; Historical; Asia Minor; Arabs; Islam; Caliphate; Medieval; Byzantine; Empire; Byzantium; Chronicle
|Podcast 6.10: Judean Immigrant Associations, part 2 - Philip A. Harland|
This episode continues the discussion of Judean immigrant associations, turning to archeological evidence for assimilation and integration in the Roman era. This is part of series 6 (Associations in the Greco-Roman World) of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Keywords: jewish; judean; immigrants; roman empire; greco-roman world; religion; jewish diaspora; josephus; asia minor
|Podcast 4.1: Introduction to Honouring the Gods - Philip A. Harland|
This is the introductory episode for a series that explores the various ways in which people in the Roman empire, especially in Asia Minor, honoured and communicated with their gods. This is part of series 4 (Honouring the Gods in the Roman Empire) of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Keywords: greco-roman world; roman empire; religion; asia minor; greek religion; roman religion
|A Manual of Ancient Modern History - W.C. Taylor|
Keywords: asia minor; macedonia; ancient history; constantine; grecian; history; despotism; alexander the great
|Description of Mesopotamia and Baghdad, written about the year 900 A.D. by Ibn Serapion - Guy Le Strange|
This is the Arabic text and English translation of Ibn Serapion's important work on Mesopotamian geography. It appeared in two parts in the Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (1895), pp. 1-76 and 255-316 accompanied by the scholarly comments of the translator, the renowned Arabist and historical geographer Guy Le Strange (1854-1933). Sections: 1. The Tigris; 2. The Euphrates; 3. Affluents of the Euphrates; 4...
Keywords: History; Historical; Geography; Medieval; Mesopotamia; Asia Minor; Baghdad; Arabs; Islam; Caliphate; Cities; Armenia; Armenians
|The Sumerian Revival: The Empire of Ur - S. H. Langdon|
This study, which appeared as Chapter 12 in Volume 1 of the Cambridge Ancient History [Egypt and Babylonia to 1580 B.C.] (Cambridge, 1928), was written by the distinguished historian S. H. Langdon. Chapter 12 "The Sumerian Revival: The Empire of Ur" includes: 1. Ur-Engur and Dungi; 2. Lagash and Other Cities of the Empire: Sumerian Liturgies, The Principal Cults; 3. The Eastern Provinces; 4. The Northern and Western Extension: Ashur, Subartu, Cappadocia; 5...
Keywords: History; Ancient; Mesopotamia; Mesopotamian; Sumeria; Sumerian; Ur; Ashur; Subartu; Urartu; Cappadocia; Armenia; Armenian; Asia Minor
Downloads: 1,138 (1 review)
|The Golden Age of Hammurabi - R. Campbell Thompson|
This study, which appeared as Chapter 14 in Volume 1 of the Cambridge Ancient History [Egypt and Babylonia to 1580 B.C.] (Cambridge, 1928), was written by the renowned Assyriologist R. Campbell Thompson. Chapter 14 "The Golden Age of Hammurabi" includes: 1. The Country; 2. Babylon; 3. Government and Society; 4. Private Life; 5. Religious Institutions; 6. Ordinary Life, Death, Literature. Includes Title Page, Table of Contents, Chapter 14 (pp...
Keywords: History; Ancient; Assyria; Babylonia; Mesopotamia; Mesopotamian; Middle East; Asia Minor; Mythology
|Mesopotamia and Persia under the Mongols in the Fourteenth Century A.D. from the Nuzhat-al-Kulub of Hamd-Allah Mustawfi - Guy Le Strange|
This is a study (London, 1903) of relevant parts of a precious register made by the 14th century official Hamd-Allah Mustawfi of Qazvin (also known as Qazvini) by the Arabist and historical geographer Guy Le Strange (1854-1933). Qazvini provides priceless information about Iran, Azerbaijan, Mughan and Arran, Shirvan, Gurjistan (Georgia), Rum, Armenia, and Mesopotamia. District by district, city by city, the author usually explains what revenue had accrued from a given area both in his own day, a...
Keywords: History; Historical; Geography; Medieval; Iran; Persia; Mesopotamia; Asia Minor; Mongols; Empire; Cities; Taxation
|Byzantine Civilization - Charles Diehl|
This study, which appeared as Chapter 24 in Volume 4 of the Cambridge Medieval History (Cambridge, 1923), was written by the noted Byzantinist Charles Diehl and covers the period from the 4th through the 15th centuries. Topics in Chapter 24 ["Byzantine Civilisation"] include: Splendour of Constantinople; Twofold aspect of Byzantine civilisation; Constantinople's extent and walls; Its plan in the tenth century; The population of Constantinople; Religion; St Sophia; The power of Monasticism; The S...
Keywords: History; Historical; Early Medieval; Byzantine; Empire; Byzantium; Asia Minor; Government; Imperial; Culture; Civilization
Downloads: 1,142 (1 review)
|Popular Style in Old Bulgarian Art|
Author: Choudomir Chernev Sofia Press, Sofia, 1969, 88 pp.
Keywords: Bulgarian Frescoes and Icons; Pre-Iconoclastic Period; Symbiosis with Asia Minor; Syria and Coptic Egypt
|T'oros Aghbar [Brother T'oros] - Garegin Sruandzteants'|
Karekin Servantsian, whose name is spelled variously, was a renowned Armenian folklorist and ethnographer (1840-1892). The download (861 pdf pages) includes vol. 1 (Constantinople, 1879), and vol. 2 (Constantinople, 1884). This massive study of Armenian-populated areas of western historical Armenia and Turkey is subtitled "Hayastani Chambord" (Traveller of Armenia). The author travelled throughout Asia Minor visiting Armenian communities in Samson, Bafra, Sinope, Marzuan, Amasia, Zile, Tokat, Se...
Keywords: Folklore; Myths; Mythology; Ethnography; Armenia; Armenian; Highlands; Folk; Culture; Asia Minor; Turkey
|Podcast 4.2: A City and Its Patron Deity - Artemis of Ephesus - Philip A. Harland|
Here I discuss civic cults in Asia Minor and Ephesus with a focus on the relationship between a city and its patron deity (in this case Artemis Ephesia). This is part of series 4 (Honouring the Gods in the Roman Empire) of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Keywords: greco-roman religions; asia minor; ephesus; Artemis; civic cults; roman empire
|A History of Greece to the Death of Alexander the Great - J. B. Bury|
This is a scholarly work which is also easily accessible to the general public. Chapters: 1. The Beginnings of Greece and the Heroic Age; 2. The Expansion of Greece; 3. Growth of Sparta; 4. The Union of Attica and the Foundation of the Athenian Democracy; 5. Growth of Athens; 6. The Advance of Persia to the Aegean; 7. The Perils of Greece. The Persian and Punic Invasions; 8. The Foundation of the Athenian Empire; 9...
Keywords: History; Historical; Ancient; Greece; Greek; Macedonia; Macedonian; Iran; Persia; Alexander; Asia Minor; Far East
|Podcast 4.3: Salvation from the Gods - Asklepios at Pergamon (Pergamum) - Philip A. Harland|
Here I discuss the way in which people in Roman times believed that gods saved them in their daily lives, focusing on the case of the healing sanctuary of Asklepios (Asclepius) at Pergamon (Pergamum). This is part of series 4 (Honouring the Gods in the Roman Empire) of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.
Keywords: asklepios; asclepius; aesculapius; healing; roman empire; ancient religion; greco-roman religion; asclepieium; asklepieion; pergamum; asia minor
|The Campaign of Basil I against the Paulicians in 872 A.D. - J. G. C. Anderson|
This short study, which appeared in the journal Classical Review 10(1896) pp. 136-140, was written by the historian and historical geographer J. G. C. Anderson. It is an analysis of information found in Greek and Arabic historical sources about the probable route of the Byzantine emperor Basil I in his warfare against the Paulicians, dissident iconoclastic Christians of Western Armenia. Extensive scholarly notes and an afternote by the renowned geographer W...
Keywords: Geography; Geographical; History; Historical; Asia Minor; Armenia; Armenian; Religion; Heterodox; Christianity; Islam; Toponymy
|Through the Great Canyon of the Euphrates River - Ellsworth Huntington|
This engaging article was written by Ellsworth Huntington (1876-1947), professor of geography at Yale University. It appeared in the Geographical Journal vol XX (London, 1902) pp. 175-200 with a map and nine illustrations. Huntington was accompanied by Armenian guides on boats made of inflated animal skins, the same type that Herodotus described Armenians using in Book I.194 of his History in the 5th century B.C...
Keywords: Travel; Explorers; Adventure; Geography; Asia Minor; Historical; Western; Armenia; Armenian; Highlands; Euphrates; Rafting; Boats
|Ptolemy's Geography, Book 5 - Claudius Ptolemy|
The Geography by Claudius Ptolemy, Greek geographer of the 2nd century A.D., translated by Edward Luther Stevenson (New York, 1932). Book 5: Asia Minor, the Armenian Highlands, the Caucasus, Cyprus, Syria, Palestina, Arabia Petraea, Mesopotamia, Arabia Deserta, Babylonia. Graphics in zipped HTML files prepared by Robert Bedrosian, accompanied by a map by cartographer S.T. Eremyan.
Keywords: Geography; cartography; maps; Asia Minor; Armenia; Caucasus; Mesopotamia; Eremyan; Ancient History
|Herodotus' History - Herodotus|
Herodotus' History, translated from Greek by G. C. Macaulay (New York, 1890). Herodotus wrote one of the earliest surviving Greek histories of the then-known world. Born in 484 B.C. at Halicarnassus in Caria, Asia Minor, the author travelled extensively in parts of Europe, Western Asia, and Northern Africa. Known as the Father of History (and, alternately, as the Father of Lies), Herodotus produced a work that was and is extremely readable and enjoyable...
Keywords: Ancient; History; Greek; Antiquities; Asia Minor; Syria; Mesopotamia; Armenia; Black Sea; Persia; Iran; Egypt; Africa
Downloads: 943 (1 review)